Lizzo Net Worth

How much is Lizzo worth?

Net Worth:$12 Million
Date of Birth:April 27, 1988 (35 years old)
Height:1.78 m, 5 ft 10 in
Lizzo Net Worth:
$12 Million

Lizzo was born April 27, 1988 in Detroit, Michigan but grew up in Texas. At the age of 14, she already founded her first group and proved an undeniable talent. She studied flute at the University of Houston but after the death of her father, young Lizzo went through some tough times. At one point, she was homeless, living in her car, while trying to jumpstart her musical career.

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Speaking of her early work from 2011 to 2015, while living in Minneapolis, Lizzo used to perform with various indie groups, including the electro soul-pop duo- Lizzo & the Larva Ink. It was right during this time, when she helped to form a 3-piece all-female rap/R&B group- ‘The Chalice,’ who in 2012, released their 1st album- ‘We Are the Chalice,’ which was locally quite successful. Lizzo released her debut album named ‘Lizzobangers’ which was produced by Lazerbreak. That album topped newspaper- Star Tribune’s “Twin Cities Critics Tally 2013” list.

Personal Life

It always has been quite hard to figure out much about any celeb’s personal life, because they usually are very much close-lipped regarding this topic, and the famous singer Lizzo is just no exception. Still, we’ve got to know that despite being fun-loving and flirtatious, Lizzo has never been in any relationship.

Inspirational Quotes by Lizzo

I enjoy female rappers, not because they're female but because I can connect to them more.


Dress for your body type. Some people are blessed enough to be able to throw on something that Beyonce wears and it looks amazing. If I try to go against the grain and wear something that my body doesn't like, it's going to show.


I spent a lot of time star-gazing, writing, and learning languages when the other kids were doing cooler things in Detroit.


There's a lot of influences that I have from Detroit that are subliminal. I mean, I spent the first 10 years of my life there. My mom and dad were born and raised there, so a lot of that rubbed off on me. When I get angry, sometimes a Detroit accent comes out.


I feel like I've started to create my own culture of being a voice for something, and that's what people want to know about. I love that because I am a woman and because I a rap, and I look the way I look, I can connect with the demographic of people who feel like they have a voice in me.